Pensacola Police Department spokesman Mike Wood confirmed the deceased is an elderly woman who was living with her son.
Police have been questioning the woman’s son on the lawn of the apartment complex about care for his mother. The man has been loudly answering officers’ questions and has been verbally confrontational at times.
He has yelled at the officers that they are “telling him lies.” The man also keeps reminding officers that he last paid rent May 6.
Police say the son called another family member after his mother died, and that relative contacted police.
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Pensacola police say a man waited two days to notify them that a woman he was living with had died.
Pensacola Police Department spokesman Mike Wood said the unidentified man, who called police Wednesday morning, had been living in a Scenic Drive apartment with the woman before
Sonora Police are investigating the death of a 22-month-old boy who was admitted to Adventist Health Sonora in January for flu symptoms but was found to have severe brain and internal organ damage.
Koltyn Sparks was unresponsive when he was airlifted to University of California Davis Children’s Hospital early in the morning of Jan. 15 and died that afternoon.
Police Chief Turu VanderWiel said Wednesday the case is considered a suspicious death for now, rather than homicide, because he has not seen the final report from the Stanislaus County Coroner. Sonora PD was contacted to investigate because the boy had been staying with a sitter on Shepherd Street in Sonora while his mother worked. The sitter took the boy to Adventist Health.
Charlotte Mecklenburg police say they’re treating the suspicious death of a 60-year-old man just south of uptown Charlotte Friday as a homicide.
Police were called around 3 p.m. to the 100 block of Morrow Street, just south of I-277 near Central Piedmont Community College. They found a man with apparent trauma, who was pronounced dead on the scene by MEDIC.
The man has been identified as James Scott Anderson. Based on a preliminary investigation and examination by the medical examiner, police are treating this case as a homicide.
CMPD homicide detectives are still searching for witnesses.
Also Friday, CMPD announced that a 50-year-old man was charged with murder in the shooting death of a woman north of uptown Charlotte Wednesday night.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a suspicious death in southwest Albuquerque.
The Sheriff’s Office states that on Friday, deputies arrived at a residence near Gun Club Road around 7 a.m. responding to a call of an unresponsive male in the driveway of a home. Upon arriving, deputies discovered an unknown deceased male who appeared to have signs of trauma.
The Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a death that occurred Monday in Ryderwood, according to a press release from the agency.
Deputies responded alongside an EMS unit from Cowlitz-Lewis Fire District 20 in Vader at 7:21 a.m. Monday after an area resident reported “a person down in their residence just north of Ryderwood on State Route 506,” according to the press release.
The person was deceased, and an investigation was initiated. As of Monday night, the scene was being processed by the Washington State Patrol.
The identity of the deceased person and their cause of death has not yet been released.
Detectives have asked anyone with information to contact the Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Office at (360) 577-3092.
“Detectives would also like to be contacted by anyone who may have video of State Route 506 between I-5 and Ryderwood as well as any other connecting roads in the area,”
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Calif. — The California Highway Patrol is investigating the death Saturday of a woman in a solo vehicle accident on State Highway 4 north of Concord in Contra Costa County, her car having sustained bullet-hole damage on the driver’s side, the CHP said.
The preliminary investigation is of a “suspicious death,” said CHP Officer Hannah Wolcott. Neither the woman’s name nor the nature of her injuries was released Saturday night.
The accident was first reported at about 2:25 p.m. Saturday, when an eastbound silver Honda Accord veered first into the center divider and then across all eastbound lanes onto the Willow Pass Road exit offramp.
CHP investigators remained at the scene at 9 p.m. Saturday. By then, all four lanes of eastbound Highway 4 were open; anywhere from one to all four eastbound lanes had